Jumat, 11 Desember 2015

Do as I say, not as I do!


Do as I say, not as I do!

Players : 1<
Materials and equipments : -
Space : outdoor or indoor (depends on player amounts)
Time : 5-10 minutes (Depends on the players’ age and variation)
Value : concentration, think fast and right

Preparation:
All the players stand up or sit down in a big circle or in some small group circles.

How to Play:
The facilitator give an order for the players to do something as instructed such as : touch yor nose! But the facilitator herself, instead of nose, she will touch her ears.
If possible, more complex instruction can be stated as “I like to jump!” but the facilitator sit down as she say the instruction.


See other games used in main activity:

Games for warming up:

Games for closing activity:
Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes

Senin, 25 Mei 2015

HAPPY: Closing Time Game


Happy
This game is for closing time in classroom of English

Age range:
• 2-4 years old

Type:
• Closing time

Materials:
• Children’s and teacher’s photo

Steps:
  • · Ask the children to clap hands while reciting this rhyme: 
HAPPY!
H-A- P- P- Y….3x (clap your hand once for every word)
Happy happy happy YES!
  • · It can also be used transition game.


See other games used in main activity:
Finger Painting 1
Feeling line up!
Mirror Mirror game

Games for warming up:
Body signs
Watch me!
Happy jump
My Body Train

Games for closing activity:
Clap three times!
Find me!
Five sit, please!
Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes

Senin, 09 Februari 2015

My Photo, Games for Introduction in English Classroom

My Photo, Game for Introduction in English Classroom

My Photo
This game is for introducing oneself or others in classroom of English

Age range:
• For children of all ages

Type:
• This is an ice breaking game. This game is to be played at the beginning of the class, to get the children know each other.

Materials:
• Children’s and teacher’s photo

Steps:
• Ask the children to bring their photos of themselves.
• Also prepare your own photo.
• Ask the children to sit down or stand up in a circle.
• Show your photo and shout out your name. Afterwards, show each child’s photo and ask the photo’s owner to take their photos and shout out their names loudly.
• Next, ask the children to exchange their photos while shouting out their names so that they are getting to know each other. Do it several times.
• The class atmosphere should be warmer afterwards.

Suggested sentences:
• Look! This is me. I’m Eno!
• Hello!
• Hi!
• Nice to meet you.



See other games used in main activity:
Finger Painting 1
Feeling line up!
Mirror Mirror game

Games for warming up:
Body signs
Watch me!
Happy jump
My Body Train

Games for closing activity:
Clap three times!
Find me!
Five sit, please!
Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes

Minggu, 08 Februari 2015

My Body Train, Game as Warming Up Activity in English Classroom for Younglearners

My Body Train, Game as Warming Up Activity in English Classroom for Younglearners

My Body Train
My body train is a game to be used as warming up activity in English classroom for young learners.

Age range:
• Age 4-6

Type:
• Warming up game

Objectives:
• To develop children’s gross motor skill
• To review “Parts of the body” vocabularies that have been learned earlier
• To develop children’s musical ability

Steps:
• To encourage the children, at the beginning of the meeting you can ask them to play train.
• Sing this song with “The Wheels on the bus” tone:

The wheels on the train go round and round 
Round and round round and round 2x
All through the town

• First, choose one child to join the line. Point at his part of the body and ask “What’s this?” if he can answer the question, he can be with you on the train, but if cannot he should stay to take another turn.
• When there are enough children on the train line, you can ask the other children to ask “What is this?” when you stop to take another child into the train line.
• Do it again and again until all children are on board. Afterwards, you and the children can go around the class singing the song.



See other games used in main activity:
Finger Painting 1
Feeling line up!
Mirror Mirror game

Games for warming up:
Body signs
Watch me!
Happy jump

Games for closing activity:
Clap three times!
Find me!
Five sit, please!
Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes

Five sit, please! Closing Game in English Classroom for Young Learners

Five sit, please! Closing game in English Classroom for Young Learners

Five sit, please!
This game is to be used as a closing activity in English classroom.

Age group
• Age 4-6

Type:
• Closing game

Objective:
• To develop children’s ability to count

Steps:
• Ask the children to stand up in a circle and ask them to count one to five (one, two, three, four, five)
• The one that mentions number five should sit down in the circle.
• Count again until all of the children sit.


See other games used in main activity:

Games for warming up:

Games for closing activity:
Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes

Minggu, 01 Februari 2015

Find me! Games for Warming Up or Closing Time in English Class for Young Learners

Find me! Games for Warming Up or Closing Time in English Class for Young Learners

Find me!
Find me! is a game to be used in English classroom as a warming up or closing activity.

Age group:
• Age 3-5

Type:
• Warming up or closing time game

Objectives:
• To review the vocabularies that have been learned
• To develop children’s visual-spatial ability

Materials:
• Flashcards (from any themes of learning)

Steps:
• Ask the children to close their eyes.
• Hide the flashcards.
• Count up to ten before the children can open their eyes.
• Afterwards, ask the children to find the flashcards. Cheer up the class when they find the flashcards.
• Limit the time of finding to make the game more hilarious. For instance you can limit the time up to ten counts.
• Then, ask the children to gather again and mention the words from the flashcards they found.
• You can vary this game such as asking the child who found the most flashcards and are able to mention the words to lead the next game.

See other games 
Games used in main activity:

Games for warming up:

Games for closing activity:

Brain Quest Smart Game What Do You Stand For? Character Building Card Game Cards
The Learning Journey Match It! Spelling Rory's Story Cubes